March 7, 2022 - Cardinal Seán O’Malley Joins Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Caribbean Integration Community Development In Welcoming Residents To Townhomes At Cote Village Apartments
Affordable mixed-income housing development opens first 24 townhomes in Mattapan 76-unit development
Cardinal Seán O’Malley greeted the first new residents of Cote Village, a transit-oriented development that will create 76 new mixed-income homes, as well as new commercial and community spaces, in the heart of Mattapan.
The residents of the first 24 townhomes were greeted with welcome gift bags, sponsored by Bank of America, containing gift cards and flower arrangements donated by Roche Bros. The Cote Village Development team of The Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. and the Caribbean Integration Community Development transformed the site of the former Cote Ford car dealership, a property that had been vacant for decades. The developers will plan a ribbon cutting ceremony upon completion of the remaining 51 units in late Spring 2022, in which City and State elected officials, funders, and team members will join the developers in celebrating.
About the Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. (POUA)
The Planning Office for Urban Affairs, Inc. is a social justice ministry affiliated with the Archdiocese of Boston that creates vibrant communities through the development of high-quality affordable and mixed-income housing and economic development efforts. As a prominent regional non-profit developer and a leading diocesan housing development ministry for the Catholic Church in America, POUA has completed over 3,000 units of affordable and mixed-income housing and has undertaken several neighborhood revitalization initiatives in Massachusetts.
About Caribbean Integration Community Development (CICD)
Founded in Mattapan, Caribbean Integration Community Development (CICD) is a community development organization that works to improve the economic, social and physical well-being of the Caribbean community and other marginalized populations throughout the greater Boston area. CICD's primary focus is the revitalization of underserved communities through the development of affordable housing projects. Working with government agencies, real estate developers and other partners, we create homes that are environmentally conscious, ethically financed and built with the health and well-being of residents as the first priority.